SEXUAL & REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
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HPV is an umbrella term for more than 150 strains of related viruses, most of which are benign. But in some cases HPV infections can lead to genital warts and certain cancers in women.
There are a lot of reasons your sex life might be stalled, including health issues that make intimacy difficult. What to do when mismatched libidos create problems between you and your partner.
The human papillomavirus (HPV) is more than just a sexually transmitted disease (STD). HPV can greatly increase your risk of developing certain kinds of cancer, Learn how to know if you have HPV and what to do if you have the virus.
Frequent urination can really cramp your style. Find out why the need to pee can increase and what you can do about it.
If you’ve been trying to conceive but aren’t getting pregnant, you may be wondering whether it’s time to talk with a health care provider. Here are answers to a few common questions about infertility.
Most women feel uncomfortable asking their gynecologists about their sexual health. But having an honest discussion about sex with your doctor is an important first step to treating sexual problems.
Just because you delivered one baby via cesarean section doesn’t mean you can’t try a vaginal birth for your next child. Vaginal birth after cesarean, or VBAC, is recommended as a safe delivery option for most women.
It's hard to get your sexy on when having sex hurts. Yet, it's a problem that affects the love lives of nearly half of postmenopausal women, many of whom may not realize their issue is treatable.